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16 September 2017

B Corp movement should further integrate human rights to achieve goal of transforming capitalism, say researchers

Author: Joanne Bauer & Elizabeth Umlas, Stanford Social Innovation Review

Do Benefit Corporations Respect Human Rights? Fall 2017...

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3 May 2016

Rainforest Foundation & Ethical Consumer Magazine guide ranks companies with palm oil products based on sustainability

Author: Rainforest Foundation UK

"Palm Oil Guide," Apr 2016...

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20 April 2011

Our Guilty Pleasure: Exploitative Child Labour in the Chocolate Industry – 10 Years on From the Harkin-Engel Cocoa Protocol

Author: World Vision Australia

Through the lens of World Vision Australia’s call for the elimination of the worst forms of child labour, including trafficked labour and fair prices for cocoa farmers...the report...examines global initiatives that have arisen in the last decade to...

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16 February 2011

[DOC] Conflict and Chocolate: The Case of Côte d’Ivoire

Author: Bruce Broomhall, Professor at Université du Québec à Montréal, and Research Fellow at Liu Institute for Global Issues, Univ. of British Columbia

The link between the Western love of chocolate and the ongoing crisis in Côte d’Ivoire has not been underscored enough by the major media...Many thousands of children labor in the cocoa plantations of present-day Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire...[R]eports...

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1 September 2010

World Vision Australia reports that child labour, trafficking persists in cocoa industry, recommends "sustainability levy", ethical certification of supply chains

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1 September 2010

[PDF] Time to raise the bar: The Real Corporate Social Responsibility for the Hershey Company

Author: Global Exchange, Green America, International Labor Rights Forum, Oasis USA

…[H]alfway across the globe, there is a dark side to Hershey. In West Africa, where Hershey sources much of its cocoa, the scene is one of child labor, trafficking, and forced labor... On September 13, 2010, the Hershey Company released its first ever...

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28 January 2010

Green and Black's to go 100% Fairtrade

Author: Rebecca Smithers, Guardian

Organic chocolate maker Green & Black's [part of Cadbury] today pledged to switch its entire worldwide food and beverage range to Fairtrade by the end of next year, in a groundbreaking move that will make it the world's leading manufacturer of...

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28 October 2005

The Dark Side of Chocolate

Author: Kate McMahon, WireTap, on AlterNet [USA]

This Halloween, know where your chocolate comes from. Here's your guide to ensuring that your treats weren't produced by enslaved children... On the Ivory Coast of Africa, the origin of nearly half of the world's cocoa, hundreds of thousands of...

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9 September 2004

Planting the seeds of fair trade [UK]

Author: Jonathan Moules, Financial Times

Green and Black's makes a business of ethical behaviour. Its products tick the right boxes: they are organic and they also guarantee - according to the company - a decent wage for their suppliers in the cocoa bean farms of Belize, Dominican Republic...

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26 October 2001

It's enough to make you sick

Author: Charlotte Williamson, Evening Standard [London]

...So, are the chocolatiers, by agreeing to the Protocol, finally accepting responsibility for slave labour used on cocoa farms - and effectively admitting that they had previously turned a blind eye? [refers to Mars, Nestlé, Cadbury, BCCCA (Biscuit,...

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